So, April Ryan, a journalist serving as White House correspondent and Washington bureau chief for American Urban Radio Networks (a real organization, I guess), got a little cheeky with White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer.

Much like his boss, Spicer doesn’t respond well to liberal weenies constantly bringing up the same media trash for which there was never any evidence, namely the whole Russian collusion fable, which Ryan simply can’t let go.

Unfazed, Spicer informed Ryan that there was never any evidence of Russian collusion, she goes off on a tangent of how the President is going to fight the “perception” of Russian collusion.

Spicer should have told Ryan that the “perception” is coming from her and the rest of the lying-ass liberal media. When they stop reporting on a fable that never occurred, it will die on its own.

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